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May 14
May 14, 2020

​I heard a phrase today that struck a cord; the days are long but the week seems to fly by. I am amazed how we all seem to be experiencing “long” days that may seem a tad monotonous, and how at the same time, we are half way through the month of May. 

You may be feeling invigorated by the time at home and the improving weather. I also hear many students are starting to lose their excitement to come to google meets and complete assignments….we understand. The most important thing we can be doing at this time is to maintain contact and relationship with your children, and a sense of community beyond the walls of your homes. Eventually, we will be back at school together. 

In a leadership webinar hosted by the ATA, Simon Breakspear, education leadership guru and researcher, encouraged us to “check the pulse” of our community. In the coming week, you will receive some short surveys to help us chart the path for learning through the end of the year, and provide feedback around decision making for next year. More information to come. 

We are anticipating a message from the Board regarding transportation and fees for the 2020-21 school year. Please check your email for this important message. 

Have a wonderful long weekend.

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